‘World’s widest’ megayacht worth £418m features helipads, swimming pools and gym

Most of us would no doubt enjoy a luxurious trip on a megayacht for our next holiday.

However, how would you like to go on one that features helipads, swimming pools and its own gym?

We're guessing very likely…

Well company Lazzarini could soon be offering that, as they say its megayacht, which could become the "world's widest", would be able to fit all that on.

The vessel, named Sovrano, features platforms on either side of the main deck that results in a beam – the width at its widest point – of 108ft (33m). It also has a length of 555ft (169m).

A flexible design would allow for the platforms to feature helipads, swimming pools or extra lounges.

The areas could also be winched to water level for alfresco waterside sunbathing or dining.

The five-deck Sovrano, which would cost £418million, features a stunning sunken oasis where palm trees surround a swimming pool and gym access area.

Meanwhile, the interior has enough room for 50 guests in 20 private suites and quarters for up to 60 crew.

A large garage also features, which allows the onboarding of two 49ft (15m) tenders and up to six supercars, made easy by a lifting platform and two cranes.

Lazzarini says the vessel owner can decide whether they have electric motors or a hybrid propulsion system, which will power it along at 18 knots (20.7mph) or 31 knots (35.6mph), respectively.

They say the megayacht would suit either a wealthy individual or a group of owners that want to travel privately around the world.

Despite a buyer for the megayacht not yet found, Lazzarini spokesperson Cinzia Ruggeri says: "We estimate a €500million (£418million) budget and four years for the construction."

Lazzarini is well known for its imaginative designs, with the new concept coming just weeks after the firm unveiled plans for a spaceship-style superyacht with a panoramic hot tub and a Ferrari-inspired vessel with a garage for the owner's own prancing horse.

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